This is a fairly new mouse. The chance that it is the cable are pretty slim unless the cable was abused in some way.
I think you've got it. At least you have something you must pursue. It obviously won't work if there really is no continuity in that wire. Now the question is, where is the flaw? An artifact of testing is always a possibility you have to keep in mind. Check and recheck.I've tested the green cable soldered area from one side of the IC and the other side of the IC, and it beeps. I've tested 2 different female USB. So what it seems to be is that the green cable "D+" is broken in the middle or the USB contact is not working?
yes it can... the USB uses a differential signal, and if one of the cables is partially broken then some of the signal can be transmitted, but very unreliably.Can a broken green cable (D+ cable is open) produce this error of a loop of recognizing and not recognizing?...
Mmmhhh... now you've made me feel BAD for trying to discourage you at the beginning of this threadYeah!!!!
It's working again! It's finally working again!
Wow, I didn't expect this
Now you guys know that when a mouse suddenly stops working, and the PC's recognize it and don't recognize it in a loop, it's because the green cable, or white may be, is broken.
Well... my advice to you now is don't stop here... keep going and start by learning the basic stuff. The sky's the limit, and we're here to help you reach it. Good luck!Hahaha, yeah. I'm gonna share here some pictures of the final results. This is really my very, very first work. I've never used an iron soldering before, I've never soldered before, lol.
Can you post a pic of the complete welder?
I just want to see if it's the cheap-o type of welder and see how far in this hobby he can get with it... and if I think it's not good enough, then I'll recommend him some affordable alternatives.Are you attracted by the welder and trying to buy one to play with? ...
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